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Nature at its best

Red dust and flies - this is what you can expect in the outback, and it is worth every bit of... read more

Reviewed 8 April 2018
Neil S
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North Sydney, Australia
Must to outback experience

We stayed 5 days at Pump Hole on the Paroo R. Great relaxing time. Great family time together. No... read more

Reviewed 30 July 2017
Nissantraveller
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Northern Territory, Australia
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8 Apr 2018
“Nature at its best”
30 Jul 2017
“Must to outback experience”
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Reviewed 8 April 2018

Red dust and flies - this is what you can expect in the outback, and it is worth every bit of it. Waterholes and wildlife are abundant.

Thank Neil S
Reviewed 30 July 2017

We stayed 5 days at Pump Hole on the Paroo R. Great relaxing time. Great family time together. No facilities so bring everything to survive out there. The Ranger station further south (35kms), has a mobile hotspot (Telstra mobile only)where you can make phone calls...More

Thank Nissantraveller
Reviewed 10 April 2017 via mobile

A must visit. Stay a few days. See the sights. Drive to the road conditions and take plenty of water. No connection to Telstra

1  Thank JoeB2179
Reviewed 3 July 2016

Allow plenty of time to explore this national park with its lakes and granite boulders. Easy walking - but isolated - so take water and food supplies as needed. Allow at least one full day and more if you have time - best for 4...More

Thank Daisy H
Reviewed 12 June 2016

take a camera, water and a big knife to the Granites. be warned. the lakes are dry, the shoreline littered with the skeletons of everything. curiously the dozens of turtles have been dug up by pigs? and eaten. little birdlife to be seen. no yabbies...More

1  Thank frozenintime
Reviewed 9 June 2016

Spent 2 nights camping and visiting points of interest here. The Granites and Woolshed definite highlights, the 2 Lakes were okay - long way to drive to see a dry bed for one of them but the other was like a beach and very pretty....More

2  Thank BrisbaneRaewyn
Reviewed 20 November 2015

Great park be sure to call in at the Hungerford Hotel and find out if the road to the park is going to flood before you go in .

2  Thank ihatepoo
Reviewed 30 June 2015

Isolated and hard to reach but well worth the effort. Homestead ruins, indigenous history, lakes and mud springs. Truely spectacular outback landscape.

1  Thank Georgia M
Reviewed 2 October 2014

A beautiful rugged place to visit, but not for the faint hearted, as it is very isolated and beyond the limited options at the nearby border town of Hungerford, there are almost no facilities . I first visited in 2002 for the opening of the...More

6  Thank Wills70
Reviewed 9 September 2014 via mobile

A gorgeous outback national park full of emus, kangaroos and birds, plus a number of feral animals including goats and cattle. Apparently there are wild boar here too but we didnt spot them on our visit. In early spring the salt lakes were mostly empty...More

2  Thank SparkieSparkler
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